Released in 1964 for the first time to supply whisky to the large part of the Japanese population that were looking for whisky as a preferred tipple. Named after the growing Hi-Fi sound movement, rumour has it that the great Masataka Taketsuru had a dram of this almost every day. Bottled at 39% ABV. A smooth easy drinking whisky and great for a highball cocktail during the warmer months.
Region: Japanese Whisky
Nose: Fruity with orange citrus, subtle oak and honey sweetness.
Palate: Citrus driven with fresh grain and soft peat smoke.
Finish: Sweet fruits and balanced oak.
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